Energy crisis to end in country by 2018: Ebad

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Staff Reporter

Karachi—Energy crisis in the country would come to an end by the year 2018 and Pakistan would be able to generate more energy than its requirements. This was stated by the Governor of Sindh, Dr. Ishrat ul Ebad Khan, on Saturday. He said that the federal government had initiated large-scale energy projects. He was talking to an eight members delegation from Sichuan, southwestern Chinese province, led by Liu Guoqiang, at the Governor House here. Dr. Ishrat ul Ebad also spoke of the deep friendly ties between Pakistan and China. He said that it augured well that the Chinese investors are taking interest for investment in various fields including energy, infrastructure, agriculture etc. The Governor also referred to the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) under which dollars 32 billion would be invested in the energy projects. He stated that the CPEC would further strengthen the close friendly ties between Pakistan and China.

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